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Florists.

ENGLISH und rrench Pansy 8EEDLING3 (100,000) 1»

per dnz . or 7s öd per 100 ; also, largo quantity of best Anminl*. Cnhbngo omi Cauliflower I'lanW. PEARCE BBOS, 107 Klng-rt , 81 Syd. Anado Toi . 12.V)._

TWOW i» (ho tamo for Planting I1ULR3, Yon can get 1\ tlio-llrstofKierjUiinir." Mcndid DAITODILS, HYACINTHS, GLADIOLT, and LILTUMS, *c, from ANDEliSON and CO . 21(1 and 2IS ritt-sljcct._ CJHEI'lIERD and CO. No. 0 Tha btrand, for choice Ö riowenng Bulbs and Plant*, tmo to name Selected Vegetable, Flower, and Fiold Seed«, Decorative Follase Nanti, and tho latest Novelties. Cataloguo post free.

c

AGE FRONTS TOR CANARIES.

*An easy, cheap, and effcctiTo way of making a Breeding Gif*« or Cage for any MIUII binU "Wo mike our Capo Fronts 22 x l'J This sizo Uta a gin-case. The front« all hare spring doors, BO you cannot by any powíblo chanco 1*flTO tho door open and low your bird». Thepric« of Cairo Vont« is 2s. They tan bo sent by post anywhere. Wo take cage fronts to nrdcr any wire. wo do not keon yon ?wa i tin". IVe can msko n caqc front in ono hour. Ali our Cajro Fronts aro well made and finished. They make *

anfcndid Cage.

EASTWAY BROTHERS, 411 George-frtreet, Sydney.

botweon Kins? and Market utrea**.

T N 8 U It E -"YOUR L-l F E.

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE NEW ,LIFE

ASSURANCE TABLE CREATED

by tho

LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND

GLOBE,

" THE GREAT Finiï AND Liri! INSURANCE

COMPANY OF TnE WOULD,"

under winch

ONLY HALF THE AMOUNT Or ORDINARY PRE-

MIUMS AltE PAYABLE BY THE ASSURED

DURING THE FIllST FIVE YEAKS,

Unflat full amount of policy will be payable in tho event ol

death after payment of first annual premium.

Examplo '

¿go no1 exceeding 30-£0 17 11 per annum

" " 25-£l 0 6 " " ," " .10-£1 3 0 " " " " 35-£1 7 4 " ., " " ta-n ia a " " " », u-ei l8 7 " " " " 50-£2 7 5 " '" " " frS-£2 ID C " "

The payment of the aboio Annual Premiums secures £100 in the event of death.

THESE TERMS aro till MOST REASONABLE yet tuhmlttcd by nny Life Aasurance Company.

Total A««eLi to 1K93 . .. . £0,0s5,7&0 sterling Total Chum» Paul . . £<n,4'U,B12»terlinß Total Not Claims paid in Australasia £1,001,000 sterling Total Annual Incomo.£2,330,663 sterling

Head Office for Australasia, R2 Pitt-street. Sydney, with Branche* and Agencies in all important centres through- out the colonies and great European and American centres, at any of which Premiums may bo made payable or Chums

la the crcnt of death of the assured.

AUSTRALASUN BOARD OF DIRECTORS J

W. C. 'WATT, Esq . Chairman.

A. STANGER LEATnES, Esq. lion. IT. E. KATER, M.L.C.

Eon-HENRY MORT. M L.C.

M. W. P. CLARKE. Resident Sectelary.

Applications invited for city, suburban, and country agmcics._

Shipping.

The Ro>al Mail Steamship* of the aboro Company will be despatched from Circular Qusy (Macquarie Toint) and from Mclbourno and Addaido on tho foUowiog datos at

NOON:

FOIt LONDON,

Touchiog at the usual intermediate porta en rout*.

k8(eamci

Victoria . Ballaarat Arcadia

Britannia Romo

Valetta ,

Himalaya

Commander.

W. D. Worccs

-Lea«

M""i Mel-.I Ade Sydney.\hatuBe I lMe.

May 27;

Juna

Juno 10 June IS

0530 J. I* raifltt . Juno 2, Juno 29 July 1 55C.A. B Daniell July 8 July 13.TuIy 17 Win G.W.Atkinson July i.'July 27Jnly al 'uSISA.W.AdanisonlAuir. 5lAng. lp'Ang. H

First Saloon .£G0to£70

Second Saloon .£33, £37, £10 Return Tickets . ... £65 to £105

TO INDIA.

Fust Saloon, Single .. £to Retara ... £00 Second Saloon, 8ingle . £25 Return .. £10

Fassagc-money can bo paid hero for passages from Eng-

land.

THROUGH TICKETS Round the World, ria Van. touver, in connection with Canadian-Australian Company, £125; and Canadian Pacido Line, via China, Jaoan, and Chicago, £155. v

For further particulars applvattho Company'« Office*, corner Pitt and Bndgo strooU.

._ O. DOUGLAS MICHIE. Agent.

D

EUT S Cn- AUSTRALISCHE

DAMPFHCniFrS-OESELLSCnAFT (Qerman-Australian S S. Company).

T0SSINGAP0RÈ7C0L0MB0, ANT-

WERP, AND HAMBURG

(via Inner Route, Torres Straits}),

For freight and all particular« apply to

li. W. HENDERSON,

General Agent tor Australasia. M PitWroct.

ABERDEEN WHITE 8TAB LIME

STEAM TO CAPETOWN AND LONDON.

Name of Steamer. Commander.

NINEVEH . . N.Allan ..

DAMASCUS .. A. H. O. Dougla

Ii.N.11.

IHERMOPYUB . A. Simpson . AIILRDEKN A. T. Wills .. AUSTRALASIAN IT. F. Spalding

July 27 Aug. at

'Sept. 21

All tlie abotc have splendid accommodation, and will tarry a surgeon and stewardess.

Passengers by this route to London will avoid tho heat of

Iho Red bca.

For freight and passage money apply to

DALGETY and COMPANY, Limited, Asenta.

1 Bent-etrect

M

ID rLEASUIlb.8 and Palaces though wo roam, EASY CHAIR Soap's best to make a sweet homo.

,T\0UBLK-W1I>TH BLACK ESTEMENB 8ERGE8,1« XJ per yanl, exceptional value,

j CECIL. aOKDERN'S GKEAT WINTER BALR

"?'"' 7,««il68,lMQuorSe-5treet,^r.i?*^ .

o

RIENT

The following Boyal Mall Steamships belonging to the ORIENT and PACIFIC COMPANIES will learo 8JD NBY at noon on thennderrncnti oneil datesfor PLYMOUTH and LONDON (Tilbury), Tia Melbourne. Adelaide. Albany, Colombo (transhipping for all Indian ports), and the Sun Canal, calling at Naples and Gibraltar :- .*?*??_

LIGUIUA QRMUZ

OROTAVA

ORUBA ...15552

... looa low

...B08I " ...toss " ...IS5S2 "

A. J. Cooper .|May

II. W. Llvett.May SO J. Linklater .Ju» 3 Lindsay nay ... ...iJune 17 And Fortnightly thereafter.

PASSAGE MONEY-First Saloon, £60 to £70.

Second Saloon, £33 to £40. '

Third-class, £16 los to £18 13s.

Facilities, are afforded for bringing out friends and rela- tives from London by the prepayment of passage-money.

MANAGERS : F. GREEN and CO. and ANDERSON, ANDERSON, and CO., Fonohurch-avcnue, London, B.C.

Full particulars on application to

DAVID ANDERSON,

43 Pitt-street._General Manager in Australia.

JEW ZEALAND AND TASMANIA.

N

mo

THOS. COOK and SON

BOOK by any LINE Ol' STEAMERS, and issue

TICKETS at LOWEST BATES.

Special reductions In ordinary fares for combination tickeU. Ollie«. 4 Unnter-atrcoL_

OBEAT BRITAIN AND EUKOrE.

A. ûBd ÄTROUTE.

BOYAL MAIL EXPRESS 8EKVICE.

AToiding alike the heit of the Red Sea and tho cold of

Capo norn.

Under contract with tho Government* of New Bou>h Walo«, Now Zealand, and United State«, tho steamers of this line leave Sydney and Auckland for Apia (nairn»), Honolulu, and San Francisco ever)- four weeks, .

under :

MONOWAI

¡Carey

May 1.1 May l8 ...June 6 ALAMEDA ...iMorae ...iJuno lO.TunolS ...Jilly4

MARIPOSA ... HaywaMlJuly 8'July 13 ...¡August 1

Passengers booked to all the principal jiarta ot

EUROPE, UNITED STATE«, and CANADA

AT LOWEST FAKES,

including stop-over privileges nt any point, choice of rail-

way routes ano Atlantic steamer«.

BOUND TOE WOBLU TICK1ÏT3 BY ANY BOUTE.

Tho waters of tho Pacific aro proverbially smooth, the weather mild and pleasant, and too ports of call frequent and interesting. Tho overland journey is mirpassingly grand, full of nnvcltv and variety of scenery, anil the trains veritablo PALACES ON WIIEEUS, with all the comforts of a first-claw lintel. Add to this visits to the Greatest Cities of tho American Continent-Chicago, Now York, ic-and intercourse with the most enterprising and inventivo pcopto of the ago. All this and moro n only port of tho itinerary Included in ordinary through tickets, and

in bo accomplished without extra nhargo.

Full particulars, Illustrated Guides, Maps, ic, gratis,

on application to

UNION STEAM SBIP CO. of N.Z.. Ltd..

15 llridge-street;

1 Passenger Office, Moorc-Urcet, near G.P.O._

ENION STEAM Sill!' COMPANY OF IsEVV

ZEALAND, Limited,

lespatch Steamers from their Wharves, Margaret and

Sussex streets, as follow :

NEW ZEALAND.

For AUCKLAND. GISBORNE. NAPIER, WELLING-

TON. LYTTELTON, and DUNEDIN (transhipping to outportsl

8.B. MARAROA, WEDNESDAY, May 8, at 4 p.m.

(Seo special adverti-oment.)

S.S. TABAWERA, WEDNESDAY, May 15, at 4 p.m.

For WELLINGTON. LYTTELTON. DUNEDIN, and

BLUFF, thenco to HODABT and MELBOUBNE (transhipping to otitports)

S.S. TALUNE, FfilDAY, May 10, at 4 p.m.

TASMANIA. ForHOBABT DTBECT

S.S. OONAH, TUESDAY, May 7.

(Seo spécial advertisement.)

rassengem and Cargo booked through ti, STRAHAN.

For LAUNCESTON and N.W. COAST POBT3 (Devon-

port, Stanley, and Burnie), via EDEN

S.S. FUKAKI, THURSDAY, Maya, at noan.

SOUTH SEA ISLANDS.

For SUVA and LEVUKA (Fiji). APIA (Samoa), VAVAU,

HAAPAI. and NUKUALOFA (Tonga) S.8. TAVIUNI, TUESDAY, May 14.

Prom, MELBOURNE.

NEW ZEALAND POUTS and HODABT- ' ".

S.S. MANAPOURI, WEDNESDAY, May 8, at 3 p.m. LAUNCESTON, TUESDAY and FRIDAY.

DEVONPORT, f BURNIE, and STANLEY, every

For full particulars apply at Company's Offices, Io Bridge-street, ur Branch Passenger OUiec, Moorc-strcct,

near G.l'.O.

JkT. E W ' ZEALAND.

The Magnificent Passenger Steamship

MARAROA

AUCKLAND, GISBORNE, NAPIER,

WELLINGTON, LYTTELTON,

and DUNEDIN.

SPECIAL ATTENTION

IS DRAWN TO TUE BUPKKIOK SALOON AND 8TEEBAGE ACCOMMODATION OF THIS STEAMER, AND PASSENGERS ARE REQUESTED TO MAKE AN INSPECTION BEFORE BOOKING ELSEWHERE.

For all narticulars apply to

. lrvrnv « a fir

UNION 6. 8. COMTANY, 15 Bridge-street.

Branch Office, Moore-street.

T

A S M A JS ï A

EXCURSION" SEASON.

'HOBART EXHIBITION.

The Farourito Steamers OONAH and PUKAKI

«jrUI be despatched at short intervals as under :

S.8. OONAH. 1900 tons, TO HOBART, TUESDAY, Mav 7.

LEAVE HOBART, FRIDAY, May 10.

S.S. rUKAKI, 1500 tons.

TO LAUNCESTON and N.W. J THURSDAY,

COAST PORTS (DEVONPORT, J May »,

STANLEY, and BCJBNIE). J at noon.

ROUND TICKETS aro Issued Sydney to Hobart, includ- ing rail to Launceston, steamer to Melbourne, thenco by steamer to Sydney. Passengers bavo option of returning direct by steamer, Launceston to Sydney.

..: For iurthtrpartlcnlsrs apply to

UNION STEAM. SHIT COMPANY,

15 Bridge-street, or Branch Office,

Mooro-atrcet.

M

KSBAUÏllIES il A It I T I M E ti.

SYDNEY TO LONDON, via rAR.18.

Steamers of 6500 tons, under postal contract with the French Government, calling at MELBOURNE, ADE- LAIDE. ALBANY. MAHB, ADEN, SUEZ, and PORT 8AID. will be despatched monthly as follows :

VILLE DE LA

CIOTAT .... POLYNESIEN. A It M A N D BEHIC

AUSTRALIEN.

Dato of Departure.

Passengers booked to BOMBAY, REUNION", MAllltt TIU8, aud EAST COAST OF AFRICA. «. l

Rates of Passage to London :-FIRST SALOON, £00 to £70, Including tablo wines. Liberal concessions to families.

RETURN TICKETS, available from 9 to 12 months, at REDUCED RATES.-ENGLISH SPOKEN ON BOARD.

Passengers' luggage conveyed free of cost to London by

steamer.

ORDINARY BETURN TICKETS, FIRST-CLASS, between Sydney, Melbourne, and Adelaide, issued by this Company, or by tho Ballway Ollie«, aro interchangeable for return by liait or bv Sea.

8TEAM to NOUMEA (New Colcdonia).-8.S. VILLE DE IiA CIOTAT will leavo the Company's Wharf on TUESDAY, 7th instant, at 4 p.m.

For further particular« apply at the Company's Ofllwa, Queen' a Comer, Pitt-street.

_ K. BLANC. Principal Agent.

M

ESSAGEBIE8 MABITIME8. ¡¡TEAM TO NEW CALEDONIA AND THE NEW

HEBRIDES,

calling at Noumea, Port Vila, Havannah Harbour, Tort

. fj*nTlc'1> ,ni Canal du bkgon, returning to Sydney,

8.B. TANAIS, wootons,

3. VINCOT, Commander,

will bo despatched as above, _ from the stream,

THIS DAY, MONDAY, at 1 p.m.

F^rllie convenience of passengers and others a Steam Tender will leave the Corana») "a Wharf, Circular Quay, at

noon.

For freight or passage oprly to

E. BLANC,

. " Principal Agent. Queen's Corner, Pitt-street

RICHMOND UIVER, via NEWCASTLE. - 8.8.

OAKLAND. FRIDAY Next. Cargo received daily at Ycagcr a Wharf, Tyrmont.

Fare to Ballina-Saloon, 2Js ; steerage, 12s Cd.

NEWCASTLE CARGO carried at BEDUCED BATES.

D

OUBLE-WTDTH DRESS TWEEDS, exceptional

values, Old per yard.

CECIL HORDERNS GREAT WUiTER SALE,

«80,458, 490 Qoorge-strc-t, n?,t t, Boja, A^d.«, ï"

QUEENSLAND ROYAL MALL LINE.

REGULAR SERVICE TO LONDON. VI» Port« in NORTHERN QUEENSLAND,

Pott« in JAVA, ADEN, SUEZ CANAL,

with liberty to call at_ COLOMBO. NAPLES, and MALTA,

or any other Port«._^___ Steamer. iTonsi Commander. iL'vo Brisbane

FARES FROM BRI8BANE :

BINGLE, 8EC0ND-CLASS, £32 ¡ RETURN, «55. For ali particulars apply to

BURNS, PHILP, and CO., Limited,

10 Bridge-street,

ANADIAN-AU9TUALIAN R.M. LINE TO FIJI,

HONOLULU, VANCOUVER. CANADA,

UNITED 6TATES, and EUROPE,

in connection with the famous

CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY.

Tons. I Commuer. ^Ygg?*'

Thtntwionvnra MONTHLY.

First and Second Claw Accommodation unequalled.

ExcoUent Cuisine. Specially low through second-class rates to Europe. Cool voyage through Uio Tropic», stopping at Suva in tho Fiji Group and Honolulu, the i'aradiso of

the Pacific.

SPRING IN CANADA.-Attention of passengers to Enropo ia called to tho variety of tho Canadian Rout« at this season of tho year. Option of routes allowed, with stop-over privileges at Banff (Canadian National Park)

ntl all points. The Lake itouto is now open, and affords . variety to the journey unequalled by any other route.

KUUÑD-THE-WOULD TOURS.-Kxceptiooal privi- leges offered.

HUDDART. TARKER, and CO., Limited,

_Exchange Comer. 03 1'itUitreet.

U. S. N. CO., Lcl.

ROYAL MAIL COASTAL SERVICE.

A.

FOR \ Aramac, Tuesday, 8 p.m.. May 7 MELBOURNE I Fitzroy, Saturday, noon. May li

ADELAIDE Fitzroy, Saturday, noon, May 11 W. AUSTRALIAN 1 Rockton, atan early dato

FORT;) i (Seo special ad«, below.)

"".",,," (Wodonga, Tuesday. 5p.m.. May7

BRISDAN E j Eulimb£, Friday, 0 p.m., Mar lu

MARYBOROUGH 1 ...

BUNDABERG J Eurimbla, Friday, S p.m., May lo GLADSTONE J

iinpk-TTAMPTrw Í'Wodonga, Tuesday. S p.m.. May 7 ROCKHAMFTO* j Karimbla, Friday, 5 p.m., May 10 MACKAY. BOWN, j

CT'SSEto" WodonSa,TuM<l.y.5i,Ja.1M.y7

COOKTOWN 7 rVILLE, CTOWN \

THURSDAY J'L'D ( ,,.__" wt,»," ."" M..ST NORMANTON ( Maranoa, Friday, 5 p.m., Hay IT ilUIlicETOWN ) "

NOUMEA \ ?

IUVA \VTTT Victoria, Wed., 5 p.m., May IS

The Accommodation of this Company1« First-elaas Steamers is unequalled, and inspection ia cordially in-

vited.

LOWEST FARE3 AND FREIGHTd.

Full particulars apply to

BURNS, PHILP, and CO,, limitai. Agent«,

10 Bridg-xtrwt.

c

OOLGAKD1 WEST AUSTRALIAN OOLDFIELDS.

A.U.S.N. COMPANY, limited.

THE S.STROCKTON,

AT AN EARLY DATE

FOR WIST AUSTRALIAN PORTS, -X0WE3T FARES and FREIGHTS.

.united. A;

10 Bridgó-strect.

M

XLWHAITH, M'EACHARN, AND CO.'S LINE.

WEST AUSTRALIAN OOLDFIELDS.

The S.S. BOTHWELL CASTLE,

from MELBOURNE 10th MAY, for WEST AUSTRA

. . -HAN POUTS. - . ,

Passenger* leave Sydney by tho Aramac, TUESDAY, the

7th May, at3 p.m., to Connect at Melbourne.

Lowest Current Through Rates.

BURNS, PillLr, and CO., Limited. Agents,

10 Bridge-street

(JiHE ADELAIDE S. S. CO., Ld.

" GOLDFIELDS.

COOLGARDIE In! MURCHISON.

NEXT SAILING,

8,8. BULLA1IRA,

SATURDAY, MAY ISth.

FOR

ALBANY, FREMANTLE, GERALD-

TON, AND ALL

WEST AUSTRALIAN PORTS.

SPECIALLY REDUCED RATES.

For all particulars apply to

T

HE ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP

COMPANY, Limited.

For

MELBOURNE, ADELAIDE,

FORT PIRIE, »nd GULF POUTS.

For 1

BRISBANE, I B.8. VICTORIAN,

MACKAY. SATURDAY, MAY nth, TOWNSVILLE, S. ntnoon.

and Torta North N0 CARGO received aft«

11.30 a.m.

SPECIALLY REDUCED PASSENGER RATES.

FARES TO BRISBANE.

Saloon, SiDglo .£10 0

" Return . 1 15 0 Steerage .0S0 Corrcspoadinijly low rates to all other ports.

WEST AUSTRATJÂN GOLDFIELDS.

BEE STECUL ADVERTISEMENTS ABOVE.

17 Bridge-street,

TTUDDART, PARKER, AND COM ."- PANY'S LINE.

Weather and other drcurastancea permit tia ¡j.

MELBOOTINE: ¡ ELINGAMITE,

FRIDAY. 10th MAY, at 5 p.m.

Electric Light installed throughout. Hot and cold aca-watcr baths.

l'romenade deck Sûûft. tong. Saloon and Foro Cabin Stctrardeisea Carried.

RETURN TICkET~ÄYAILABLE FOR

SIX MONTHS, TWO POUNDS.

SYDNEY TO HOBART DIRECT,

BY THE STEAMSHIP TAMBO.

6ATURDAY. 11th instant, at 12 noon.

SALOON, RETURN FARE, £3; OK ROUND TRIP,

SYDNEY TO SYDNEY,

VTA MELBOURNE, LAUNCESTON,

AND HOBART, or VICE VERSA.

PASSENGERS CAN BREAK THEIR

JOURNEY AT ANY PORT.

FARE FOR THE ROUND TOUR, FOUR TOUNDS

jtt).

NEWCASTLE.

Tho Steamers of tho Company run at Frequent Intervals.

FARES and FREIGHTS AT LOWEST CURRENT

RATES.

JkJ E W ZEALAND.

NEW STEAM SERVICE.

TASMANIA and ANGLIAN,

each 3000 tons.

These Steamers will bo despatched

FROM SYDNEY __ as follows :

FOR AUCKLAND. GISBORNE, NAPIER, WEL. LI.SGTON. LYTTELTON. and DUNEDIN.

THE ATTENTION OF THE PUUI.1U IS DRAWN TO THE FACT 'MAT THE LOW RATES OF FREIGHTS AND PASSENGER FARES NOW RULING IN THIS TRADE ARE DUE TO THE ADVENT OF THE ABOVE STEAMERS INTO THIS TRADE, AND BY PATRO- NISING T1IEM THE rUBLIC PROTECT TnEIR OWN INTERESTS, BY FuKVliN'1'lNÛ MoNol'úLV AND

FARES AND FREIGHTS AT LOWEST

CURRENT RATES.

HUDDART, PARKER, and CO.,

Limited. ~;y' -. Offlcc«, Exchange Corner, 83 Pitt-fttMti '.'.??'"'? ."?' Wfratf.FwtMvgaret-atreeU ? .. , -;* .:¿-£,..-.""

IST

OBDDEUTSCHEE

Fawewrer. are earned br tho IMPERIAL GERMAN MAIL STEAMERS according to tho requirement« of UM English Passenger» Acts of 1855 and 1853 to:

SOUTHAMPTON, ANTWERP. BREMEN. T'a

COLOMBO, ADEN, SUEZ, POBT BALD, NAPLES,

and GENOA. _ " Steamers from GENOA, NAPLES, or SOUTHAMPTON

DIRECT to NEW YOBK.

Steamen will bo despatched as follows (if practicable) :

Steamer.

I l r...» I Leave I Loavo

T»» "taW Mel- Ad'.'ide

Svdnl-5- bourne. S'maph.

1895. 1895.

ISIiniMay 20May 25 53lB.Iune üV.luly 2 J283July 17 July 20 0700 Aug. 12 Aug. 17 Gera ... ... ... Darmstadt . Hohenstaufen .

Frini-Regcnt Lultpold , _ .

Oldenburg. kllS.Sopt. 0 Sept. 14 Karlsniho . 5.147 Oct. 7 Oct. 12 Darmstadt . 5310 Nov. 4 Nov. 0 Bayern .15343 Dec. 2 Dec 7

' 1896.

Frini-Rcgcnt Lmtpold ? G700 Dee. 30 Ijan. 4

1S93.

May 2 July

July 24 Aug. 21 Sept. IS Oci 10

Nov. 13 Dee. ti

1800. Jan. 8 Passage Money from £14 to £(i7 los.

BETUEN 1ICKËTS AT REDUCED RATES.

Special facilities aro afforded for bringing out relative» and friends from Europe by prepayment of passage

money

1TRST-CLAS5 RETURN TICKETS BETWEEN

SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, and ADELAIDE are interchangeable for Belum by Rail or Sea.

J. MERGELL, General Agent,

Excharuro Corner, 6.1 Pitt-street.

<J»HE

HOWARD SMITH LINE, TO ALL WEST AUSTRALIAN,

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN,

VICTORIAN,

and QUEENSLAND PORTS.

ADEL «.IDE 1 , "

PORT PIRIE J Derwent, Tuesday, May 7, S p m. PORT AUGUSTA J

FREMANTLE ) Kf£SE.«.*"" «?**«* *"*

OEBALDTON j daJr'*"' 1**

MARYBOROUGH .. Barrabool, Tuesday, May 7, 4 p.m.

BUNDABERG 1 MACKAY

DUNOEVESSE I*». «"^^11,5 P m.

iSassToñ BTV. | »»8T". s*tttrf»y' »«*. * V-m.

CAIRNS

POBT DOUGLAS J

Cargo for all port« received dilly. PASSENGERS

to

BRISBANE, 1IABYBOROUGH, and ROCKHAMPTON.

Further Reduced Bates per

S.S. BARRABOOL,

leaving TO-MOBROW, 5 p.m-,

for above porta.

Saloon Single. Botnrn. Steerage. BRISBANE £10 0 £1 17 0 £0 10 C MARYBOROUGH X1 15 0 £3 0 0 £0 17 6 BOCKHAMPf ON ti 15 0 £0 7 0 £1 15

RETURN TICKETSAVAILABLE FOR

SIX MONTHS.

WM. HOWARD SMITH and SONS, Ltd

Offices, C7 York-street (near Barrack-street) ; Wharves, foot

King-street._

rpn

N. COMPANY,

From CLARENCE WIIABr. 3 Snssex-street.

CLARENCE RIVER-City of Grafton, To-morrow, 9 p.m. MACLEAY UIVER-Burrawong, Wednesday, 11 p m. RICHMOND RIVHR-Macloay, To-night, at8.

From MARKET WHARF. Telephone, 023. MANNING lUVER-Electra, This Day, 8 p.m.

PORT MACQUARIE-Rosedale. This Day, 4 p.m. NAMBUCCA BIV£K.-Roscdale, early.

DELUNOER IUVER-Bosedalc. Tara Day, 4 p.m.

_RICHARD COOKE, secretary.

^yiNGHAM, MANNING RIVER,

AGRICULTURAL SHOW.

EXCURSION FABE3.

SALOON RETURN TICKETS at a Pingle Faro for the Double Journc), and btecrage Return Ticlcet« at 20 shil- lings, available for return within 11 days, will be issued by

Ihe

S.S. ELECTRA, THIS DAY, 2 pm.

BICHAED COOKE,

becretary. ILLAWARRA

Clvde River, Ne'Iigeu, Batcinan'sBn>, Fridav, 10: Ulladulla, Wcdncjdi), noon, I nday, 10 a m.

Merimbula, Eden, Bermagu*, Mondaj, Wednesday, noon. Tathra, Pambula, Monday, M ednosday, noon.

TWEED RIVER and BYRON BVY.-FIHSr

STEAMER of tho G. W. NICOLL LINl'.-The Fa»t Lxprc»« rcirular 8tcam«lup WOLLUMBIN, :K» tons, fO-MOniiOW. Tuesday, o p m . from Albion Wharf.

COFFS HVBBOUB, CORAMBA NEW GOLDFIELDS, -S.b. M OLLUMBIN, leaving TO-MO'iROW. Tuesday,

lands passengers within IO miles of the Held.

Apply O. W. NICOLI, Albion Wharf.

STEAM to ULLADULLA. BWEMAN'S BAY, und

NELLIGEN, for Braidwood -S S PETERBOROUGH 'aves Caledonian Wharf TO-M01IUOW, it 1 ra. Passengers and cargo. JNO. AUBIN. Agent.

THE NCiVCAsTLF. AND HUNTER RIVER

STEAM6UIP COMPANY. LIMITE».

Itr-DUChl) FARES lu and from NEWCASTLE and

bYDNEY dunn? the MONTH of MAY, 1805.

SALOON ningle, Gs ; Return, «s.

STKERAGB : 3s each way.

Saloon berths may bo booked in advance. Return tickets bailable for two months from date of usue. Reserved ¿erth m Deck Cabin, 2s extra each way.

First-class Express Passenger Steamers to and from Sydney and Newcastle. FROM SYDNEY- Every Night ¡Sunday exceptad), Monday to Friday incm«tvu at 11 1'cloi.k , Saturday at l-> o'clock, midnight. FROM NEW JAbTLE : Every Night Sunday iTcepted). at 11 30 I'clock. Cargo steamers nightly. I". J. THOMAS, Hanager. Booking Ollie«. 147 Su«s"x-itreiU

M

ANLÏ. MANLÏ. MANLY. CHEAP TARES. COMFORT AND SAFETY.

PORT JACKSON S.S. COMPANY'S SALOON

Sl'EASlERS

BRIGHTON, FAIRUGUT, NARRABEEN, weather permitting, and as far as practicable,

CXAVE SYDNEY: Ï.X5, 8. 9, 10.30, 11.30, 12.30, 1.30,

2.30,3.30, 4 30, 5.30, 0.15, 7.30, 8, 0.30.

I-EAVE MANLY : 8.ID. 8.45, 9 45, 11.10, 12.30, 1.30,

2.30, 3 30, 4 35, 5 15, it JO, 7, aSO, 9.15,1C.15. 11.15 p tn. trip from bydnev, Saturday onh.

SPtCIAL TIMH-TABLE FOR MUNDAYS. RETURN FARE, Od. CHILDREN, 3d.

TOUT JACKSON 8 S. COMPANY, LIMITED,

Circular Qua>.

T> BOULA Ii LINE Or SATUNG VESSELS,

The following flrst-claas Ship will bo despatched for

London as under :

tOimiBKOOK | 16J) Tons Reg. | May For freights, 4c, apply

OILCHBJSf, WATT, and Co., Agents,

8 Young-street.

17\0R LONDON DIRECT.

'Ihe Al Iron Clipper Ship

CARI1LT CASTLE,

15S5 tons register, CHAS. H PAIOE, Commander,

low receiving cargo at Dalgetys "Wharf, wul have quidc les patch.

For terms of freight apply to

DALGETY and COMPANY. Limited,

1 Bent-street,

R1

«ULAR LINE OF bAlLLNO VLSbELS.

SYDNEY TO LONDON.

KOW LOADING AT SMITH'S WHARF,

the fine iron ship

MACCALLUM MORE,

1G39 tons register. Al at Llo>d's,

ating .largo engagements, will ha\e usual good despatch.

J. S MAILLER and CO.

&

ß 8. GULF 0¥ MEXICO.

CONSIGNEES aro' requested to PASS ENTRIES at ne« tot Cowper'* Wharf. Woolloomooloo. Ihe steamer rill not be responsible for an) losa or dainAjro to cargo after be tutmo'-ha« been landed, and any goods ímpod.ncdüi harge will bo landed und stored at Coxuignees' ruk and rpouse without further notice.

RILLS of LADING rnuft bo produced, duly endorsed, reight paid, and deliver) uniera obtained at tho office of io undemffned before anv goods can Icare the wharf.

Captain %VM. WARDEN will not bo responsible for any »EliTiS contracted by bia crew without hu written au fiority.

Business Cards.

DOUlîLb-UED WIDTH GREY SHEETING,

-heavy weicht. 7Id per yard, at .

- ?* C£CXL HORDEUN'S GREAT WlNTfiR SAX&- -I

" . ~ ~ iM.4^,4WQeorge.^tre<)í, ^ " '

WHAT

IS

«MY.PAf"

WILL YOU DUES«, OB KEEP TOUR. EYE OK THIS SPACE I

Legal Uotices.

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF QUEENSLAND.

ECCLISIASTICAI. JunisnicTiox.-In tho Will and Codicil of THOMAS WALKER, late of Yaralla, Concora, in the colony of New South Wale«, Esquire, deceased. NOTICE is hereby given that tho Executor's Account«, from tho 23rd day of February, one thou<and eight hundred and ninety-four, to the a TO day of February, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-five, in the Estate of the abovenamed deceased, have this day been filed in my offl:c, and all parties having claims, on the said estate, or being otherwise interested therein, aro required to come in before me at my office, Supreme Courthouse, Brisbane, un or before tile 13tb day of June next, and inspect tho »aid accounts, and if they shall thiuk fit, object thereto. Til« said account« will be dulv inquired into at my said office on the abovcmcntioncd day at the boor of 10.30 o'clock in tho forenoon. Dated this second day of May, 1805. (L.j.) W. A. DOUGLAS. Deputy Registrar. RUTH NING and JENSEN, Proctors, Queen-atreet, Brisbane.

SN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW 80UTH

WALES.-PconAT« JoBisDicnox.-In the Will of ILLLVM HOWARD GREENWAY, lato Of Newcastle, in tho colony of New South Wales Gentleman, deceased. NOTICE is hereby given that the First Accounts and Plan of Distribution m the above Estate have this day been filed in my office, Chancery-square, King-atrect, Sydney, and all persons having any claim on the said estate, or being otherwise interested therein, are hereby required to come in before mo at my «aid office on or before tho thirtieth day of May, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, and inspect the rame, and if they sholl think fit, object thereto ; otherwise if the said account« be not objected to, the same will be examined by me and panned according to law. Dated this first day of May, in the year 1835. For the Registrar. It. C. MONDAY (L».l, Deputy Registrar. H. J. BROWN, Proctor for Executors, Newcastle. By ELLIS, MAKINSON, and PLUNKETT, his Agent«, 49 Elizabeth street, Sydney._'_

«_ WALE3.-PBOBATX Jámemenos.-In the Estate of JAMES CHARLES CAMPLIN, late of Howlong, in the colony of New South Wales, Hotelkeeper, deceased.-NO- TICE is hereby given that theAccoantsin the abovo Estate have this day been tiled in roy office, Chancery-square, Sydney, and all persons having any claim on the said Estate, or being otherwise interested therein, are hereby re auired to como in before mo at my said office on or before

io third day of June, lfiSS, at II o'clock intlieforcno n. and inspect the same, and ti they shall think fit obj set thereto ; otherwise if the said accounts bo notobjected to the same will he examined by me and passed according to law. Dated this 3rd day of May. 1803. R. C. MONDAY (L.S.), Deputy Registrar. WILKINSON and WILKINSON, Proctors. Albnry. Ey A'BEKETT and HORROCKS, Klbubcth-*treet, Sydney.

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH

WALES.

PaoflATE Juaisnicriov.

In the Will of GEORGE HAWKINS, late of Paddington,

near Sydney, In Dib "colony of New South Avalo, Gentleman, deceased. * J

PURSUANT to tho Trost Property Act of 1BG2, NoBes» is hereby given that all Creditor, and other persons having any debt« or claims upon or affecting the Estate of the nbóvenameJ deceased (who died on lue 7th day of Decem- ber last) are hereby required to send particulars thereof to tho undersigned under cover to the Executors on or beforethollth day of May next, affr which date the said Executors will proceed to distribute the assets of tho said deceased among the persons entitled thereto having regard to the debt« and claims only of which they then hare notice, and they will not bo liable for the assets so distri- buted to any person of whose debt or claim they shall not have had notice at Ino time of such distribution.

Dated at Sydney thia 20th day of March, A.P. 1S35.

JOHN DAWSON and SON,

Proctors,

ICI Pitt-street. Sydney.

IN iiUS . SUPREME COUttf OF NEW SOUTH

WALES.

' PEOHATT. JmtsDicTiov. .

In tho Wdl of JOHN WILLIAM WARD GUISE,

lato of North Sydney, in the colony of New South wales, Gentleman, deceased.

PURSUANT to the Trust Property Act of 1S62. NOTICE a hereby given that all Creditors and other persons having any Debts or Claims upon or ulecting the Estate of the nbovenumed deceased, »¡io died on the 21st day of Novem- ber last, are hereby required to send particulars thereof to tho undersigned, under cover, to tho Executors, on or before the 11th day of May next, after which date the said Executors will proceed te distribute the asset, of the sahl deceased among the persons entitled thereto, having regard to the debt« and claims only of which they then have notice, and they will not be liable for the asset« so di.tri butel to any person of whose debt or claim they shall not

have had notice at the time of such distribution.

Dated at Sydnev this 20th day of March, A.D. 1S35.

JOHN DAWSON and SON,

Proctors,

_l61 Pitt-street, Sydney.

of Nea* South Wales, Shipowner, deceased, intestate.

NOTICE is hereby given that all Creditors and other persons having any Claim upon or affecting tho i'state of

1904, ind Letters of Administration to whose estate were Kanted by the Supreme Court of New South Wales in ita

obate Juri-dictiun on the 26th day of Februarv. 1605, to the PERMANENT TRUS1EE COMTANY OF NEW SOU HI WALES, Limited, are horoby required to send in particulars of their claims to the said Permanent Trustee Company of New South Wales, Limited, li; O'Con ncll-street, Sjdney, afarc-aid, on or before the 20th day of June, lf-05, at the expiration of which time the said Com- pany will rroceed to distribute the a-neU of the said do ceas«! among the pcr-on», entitled thereto, having reganl to thedebu ana claims only of which they shall then have had notice, and tho said company will not bo liablo for the assets so distributed to any person of whose debt or claim tiley ahall not havo had notice at the time of auch distribu-

tion.

Dated this 4th day of May, A.D. 1S95.

RUSSELL JONES and BARKER,

Proctors for the laid Company,

130 Pitt-street,

_ Sydney. J"N THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH

. WALES.-Pnor.ATE Jurasmc-riox.-In tho Will of AVID SHEARMAN, late of lrcmerton, near Fullerton Cove, Farmer, deceased.-APPLICATION wül be made after fourteen days from the publication hereof that Probate of the last ViU of the abovenamed deceased may bo granted to SARAH SHEARMAN, the Sole Executrix named m tho said Will. HENRY J. BROWN, Proctor for Executrix, Hunter-street, Newcastle.

MEN'S CEYLON UNDERSHIRTS, Largo Sue,

Is Gd. Is lid each, at

CECIL HORDERN'S GREAT WINTER SALE, 4S6,45$. 430 George-street, next to Royal Arcade.

Public Notices.

AMERICAN WATCH. CLOCK, and CHRONOMETER

REPAIRS COMPANY,

ELGCi-BUlLDEN'G, WYNYARD-SQTJAUE.

DONALD MANSON and CO.. Sole Agents.

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.

BELNG DIRECT AGENTS for Watch, Clock, and Chronometer Material Manufacturers, we aro enabled to effect REPAIRS to ALL CLASSES of AMERICAN. ENGLISH, and SWISS WATCHES, CLOCKS and CHRONOMETERS with tho GENUINE MATERIALS, which aro Exact Duplicates of the Original Part.*.

For thia reason the Public can rclv upon the Excellence and Good Quality of all work done by this Company, and which they GUARANTEE will give entire satisfaction.

MATERIALS SUPPLIED at WHOLESALE PRICES.

_WILLIAM CROYDON, Manager.

O AH COOKING DEMONSTRATION UT RALEIGH'S NEW PARAGON.

School of Arts, Pitt-street, THURSDAY, MAY 9th, at

3 p.m. ADMISSION FREE.

RALEIGH'S NEW PARAGON is now beautifully _ imelled inside and nut. and racked with best non-condnct ng materials. At the late Exhibition it completely wiped mt the imported article, which got fourth prize, while the ?aragon got the highest possible prize (Special First), -ook at that now. Several other novelties patented by M. taleigb. will also bo shown in operation.

M. RALEIGH, 201 Elizabeth-street,

A SYLUM FOR DESTITUTE CHILDREN, ii. RANDWICK.

I have to acknowledge, with thanks, the receipt of PWENTY-FIVE POUNDS (£S5) from F. Jago Smith, ùq., being the amount of a legacy bequeathed to the hovenamed institution by the late HON. JOHN SMITH, LL.C, of Bathurst.

JAMES STEDMAN,

_Honorar)- Treasnier.

H MAURER and CO., Puling'« Buildings, REMOVED

to74York-st

BLACK VELVETEEN, soft rich Slush, Is per yard,

usually sold at la Od.

- CKCIL HORDERN'S GREAT WHiTEE SALE.

. .<-".-4^,4^1i».<ieorgíAtJ«t,W,rîT*,

(TIHE LABGEST TA1X0BING ESTAB

LISHMENT IN THE CITY,

oovenng SOO aqoare yarda of ground floor apace.

»00 NEW STjrnNGB AND TEO0SEBING3

ON VIEW

240 DISTINCT PATTERNS IN OUE

WINDOWS.

Tfceiiidelible colour» choice designs and weai-reaJstiag qualities of Roods aa shown stamp us the

BEST JUDGES OF WOOLLENS.

TVE ABB THOROUGH TRADESMEN Di EVERT

BRANCH OF TAILORING

Wt h»TO fire experienced cutter» employed.

OUB 85a SUITS TO ORDER AID TROUBEES

AT 15s ed

bare created quito a revolution ia

TAILORING

Please do not mistake the Addreaa

JOHN GRAHAM,

NEAR P\RK-8TRFET 510 GEORGE-STREET,

OPPOSITE NEW MARKFTS_

J)OOR8, SASHES, &o.

WE SELL AT LOWEST RATES CEDAR SASHES all sizes Glazed w ti Box Frames to

fat alsoCASBHFNTS FRONTDOORS

MARGIN LIGHT PANEL and LEDGE DOORS, la Sogar or Kauri Fine

ORB GALVANISED IBON

Can be obtained in single sheet», by the case ot

per ton

CHEAPER THAN* ELSEWHERE. Price Lista potted Free

THE KAURI TIMBER COY, LU,

Bla-kwattle Bay

c

LOTHED WITH AIE

CELLÜLAB

PYJAMAS,

THE MOST COMFORTABLE SLEEPING GARMENTS

FOB ALL SEASONS AND CLIMATES

Sleeping Garment« of Cellular are vaatly superior to those made of Longcloth or Flannel The free eicape of persptai tion during sleep u very essential to comfort and health and th a is one of the most important end« of Cellular Manufacture In warm weath r this Suit is delurhtfnl AND IN COLD NOTHING IS BETTER for tneBetention

of NATURAL HEAf

Cellnlar Pyjama, in White or Ecru and Fancy Designa in Cotton, heavy weight sale and Cotton White or lancy Menno from 10s Od to 18a (id. Also in bilk and

Merino and Pure Silk.

Pamphlets Fries Lists, and all Particulars,

CELLULAR CLOTHING DEPOT,

305 and 507 OEOBOE-STBEET SYDNEY

Public Notices

N1

1 ° o ni

i o

The undermentioned SUBSCPIPTIONö and DONA TJO\8 received dur ng the month of Al HIL are thank folly acknowledged -

Professor Scott ii 0 ( GeorgoHams JP 2 0 (

James M Ewan end Co Limited Gillespie Brothers and Co John Bardsley

% irgoe Son and Chapman E. A Macphcrsoaj

Macnamara and Smith J T Neale

Cooper Nathan and Co.

Mrs J unes Mar ¿a

Mrs Henry Bell "

Mia. Tunas " - TMcholsooand Co S Cha.ro

Mrs Lille

George Mann

The Hon Henry Moses M L.C Eliott Meyer

r H Mate and Co C Smmeid C IL D git

D Copland and Lo. Mnttl ews Brothers Dr Florence L P Barnes

P and G Barnes W 1 Bolton

W S Kjmpton and Son A G i mia, J J Bruton

Tlio Rt Rev the Lord B «hop of Goulburn The Hon A. J Gould ML. a Mrs George ivan«

ilie Hon James Norton M.L C

J 1 Lingen

Ibc Country Milk Co

Orme I eigwin and Co *Mr» John Marlu W B Sei th

.\. Ulam B «1er

Subseripaons under £1

Further subscr pt-ons respectfully sol jt»d

FRLD FH1ILIP- Hon Treasur r LLLIS ROBIN oON Hon Secretary

"25 and ".*! Castlercagh-street, ¡sydney

NJ

We beg to acknowledge w til many thanls the receipt of a LEGACY of TWENTi Tí\r POUVDS (£Î5) from the Estate of the late Hon JOHN SMI IH M.L.L per Mesar». F Jago Smith and Lance Smith executors

FRED PHILUPS Hon Treasurer ELUS 1 OBEN SON Hon. Secretary Sydney May 4th 1835_

rw\B

ABEPDEEN NSW

Wearcnowprepared to BOOK CATTLE for FREEZING and SUIPMLNI to LONDON either at a consolidated rate covering all charges from-amval cf cattle at Aber deen or at a i if rate leaving owners to select tfc-ir own selling agents in London or elsewhere

THE EXTESsIVL \LTEOATION3

TO OUR WOI Ks>

necessary to enable ia to treat

1O0 HbAD OF CATTLE Pili DAY,

w11 be

COMPLETE IN EARLY JUNE,

after which da x operations will commence.

Full particulars aa to rates on application to

?n *. BENN

Manager

The Australian Chill ng and Freezing Company Limited

aberdeen

4BSIONED ESTATE ALEX fauOTT NEWTOWV

1 CLAIMS herein must be rendered on or before the SthINBT\NT to the Trustees co ENOCH TAYLOR and

CO ». "iori*-*trect, otherwise they mil not bo rccog

nscd

IN the Estate of HENRY LEV\ deceased Carcase

B tfiher

All Persons han eg CLAIMS against tho Estate of the aboTenamed deceased aro hereby required to send particu lan of the samo to tho undersigned on or before WED INESDW thelt.thHayhnstant.1

1TE\R\ DAWSON Proctor for the Executors 58 Elizabeth-street. Sydney

P

IsSOLUUON OF FARIMJtSHIP

NOTICE is hereby g ven that the PARTVER8HIP lately existing between W1LTER BRADLEY and WALTER PERCY BRADLLY under the firm of Walter Bradley and Co auctioneer« of George-street, Svdncy has been DISSOLVED on the Juth da> of April lb5\» rbe Busmesa hitherto earned on b> the ».aid Part ncr» w U bo in future earned on by the said WALTER

BRADLEY alone

Dated this 1st day of May 1895

_ WALTEP BRVDLEi

W toesa-DAYID M MYERS Sohcltor Fitz Evan chamber» Castlercagh-street.

/^1 EVERAL STORAGE -Having secured those large VWBnck Stores lately occup ed by J Levy Esq in Char- lotte-place we aro prepared to deal with the publie at pnces as yet unparalelled in bydney In pection will prove that our atores aro the most suitable for f irnwh ng and general storage purposes be ng roomy (90 000ft of floor space central Note especially-a first-class fire risk Par- ticular» from Civil Service Furniture Removal and General Storage Company 153 Pitt-«treet Tel No 23

LEONARD H BOND

_ General Manager

WM HENBIQTJE3 Secretary 17 Post Office-chamber»

The

PUBLIC NOTICE.

The PROPRIETORS of the CUMBERLAND ARGUS, Parramatta, desire to inform the Pubbc that they have purchased the Cumberland Mercury, the River Times, and the Weekly Advance and Incorporated them with THE ARGUS. They have also Purchased Fuller's Lightning  

Printing Works, which will be carried on as usual.

PUBLIC NOTILfc.-The undersigned has succeeded

the premise» of »4J Pitt-street, Sydney which waa ately occupied by JACK SING aa a Produce Store "iow the writer begs to inform tho publi that he a start ng the business entirely under hi» own name

WAR LEE

TAS H ADGER, Dermatologist, treats «uccossfuUy all If diseaacs of the skin and scalp los» of hair ] »mature ilanchmg and general cultivation and growth of the hair Idvico and remedy 10s ed Next Australia Hotel Sydney

R.

riWILL not be respons ble for un\ DEBTb contracted by

my WIFE from thw date

b gned WILLIAM THEW

3» Daj street. Leichhardt.

PATRICK M GIN LLY will not be responsible for any » DEBTS contracted by m> Wife Adelaide M Ginley

""P"5 PATRIOS WOQOi£Y,£obaceoiiut,U R.egen>

«eel, Jtecueia,

-^TINTEE WANTS

siro ,"

FASHION ITEMS.

It is not difficult to make a warn» »«m^M«1' 'ViSh easy matter to render that -rarment "*Íon»"«:,"*^*T~ Si be attained by the simple process rf fasten^ warm wrawroundthopartatobe kept iron» the cold, but to nS?thoSwrapíor clothes hang gracefally, fold elo gStSyTiuid fit perfectly, Und. work for m «tut to do.

A RED INDIAN SAVAGE

soaked in oil, elad in mocassin, and «»nlceta. «nd T¡¡?> feathers on his head, ia as warm and comfortable .»» lady rfSS dreawdfrom bead to foot in the mod e.tot the noble savage does not look «o nice, and that« where the

mischief cornea in. The ladies say

.? WE WANT TO LOOK SMAET.'»

». WE WANT TO BE WAEIL"

"WE WANT TO KRESS WELL.'»

<« WE STUDY COMFOBT."

« WE STUDY APPEABANOE,"

"So, with a single eye ta all the« things, and the other optic on the economy of the situation, we go to

" ANTHONY HOEDEEN'S,

«'ANTHONY HOEDEEN'S."

The foUowtojartiofne cloie« and stylish Unes for the

present season :

WALKING COATS AND SKLETS,

made in the nowest textures and ejlooiiuj«. ßjesUJ attention is directed to thi» favourite and bromine «trie of costume, which we have m great variety.

ALL-WOOL FANCY TWEED, in Orey «ad Brown

Mixtures, fashionably cut, 14s.

CHOICE COAT and BJOBT. TaflciMaade, ta Black and

Navy Serge, 27a 6d, 3Js 9d.

FANCY TWEED COAT »nd BKIRT. perfect tuting, «na

handsomely made, ro Grey »nd Fawn, ,?^ ?>>*»>* shaped, and finished with large, stylish button«.

SPÉCIAL VALUE, 30s.

STYLISH COATs-nd SKIRT, in Covert , »»ting, ex-

ceedingly smart and dressy, with donble-s-titched «earn«, in Light «nd Dark Fawn «nd Grey, 35s 9d.

SMART COVERT COAT and SKIRT, with «trapped

seam» and new-shaped «¡art, in Fawn and Grey, 80s.

A SMART, USEFUL COSTUME, with Home Bodice, in

B>sck and Navy Serge, 21«.

VERY DRESSY COSTUME, with Blouse, in Fancy

Tweed. REMARKABLE VALUE, Ita ed and 2Í» BO.

COSTUME SKIRTS, in Black and Navy Serge, and

Melton Cloth, plain and trimmed braid, 4« lid, 6s lid, 1 8J9d, 121 Cd,

MOBNLNG WEAPPEBS.

Of there twefulsad,» -a^retMby^piwent mode, hsrhly ornate rarsaewt« wo hav« A HOST OrTARMINQ

y532g3r*Si+lle »'»"??UM!.?* ?»?.?? *

FLANNELETTE, in choice Fioral rjeaigns, with Watteau

back, very full in the skirt, 6s ad, 9s «d.

SMART FLANNELETTE WBAFPEB. Cardinal or

Marone, tlniahed with frills round bottom of «Krt «nd on the shoulders, trimmed black insertion, 5a od.

BREAKFAST and TOILET GOWNS, in Fancy 8tripe

aad Self-coloured Flannels, newest colouring, from 16a

M to 42s.

ELEGANT TEA or nECETHON GOWNS, choice and

charming combinations of material aud colouring, 50«

to 05s.

ANTHONY HORDERN AND SONS,

UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS,

HAYMARKET (ONLY).

WCABY AND SONS,

. S20 GEORGE-STREET S20.

CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THE CITY FOR

SPOT CASH.

ORB COR. IRON-5ft, 1« 7d ; Oft, Is lid ; 7it, 2s 3d ;

Sft. 2a 7d; Oft. 3s; 10ft. 3s Sd per sheet.

BY THE CASE WE SELL CHEAPER THAN ANT

OTHER HOUSE.

Small Corrugated and Hain Iron, gold., »B widths and

COMMON'S WARRANTED GEN. WHITE LEAD,

26s3d percwt.i ïâlb. kegs, 0s9d.

BURRELL'S GEN. WHITE LEAD, 23s 9Í per cwt. BEST OAK VARNISH, 8s 6d per gallon.

RAW and BOILED OILS, 2s Cd per gallon. WALL PAPERS, from 3d per roll.

MIXED PAINTS and all PAINTERS' COLOURS, *c,

i.e., cutfco lowest price.

OREGON LATHS,CEMENT, PLASTER.GAI.VANISED

HOOP IRON, AIR DRICKS, arc, tie.

SLATES, 20 x 10, American Blue and Green, «11 sires, best

Penrhyn, Bangor, at very lowest rates.

WIRE NKTTEN'Cr, SOin. x 2m. mesh, 50-yard roll, 6s Od.

All other sizes m proportion. BARB AVERE, 15s cwt. FENCING WIRE, Ss cwt. SHEET ZINC, all gauges, 24s per cwt SHEET LEAD, £14 per ton. COPPER BOILERS-10 gall.. 15s od ; 12 gill., IS« ; 14 gall., 20s Cd. Bakers' Oven Tiles, Fire Bricks, Clay. Ridge Cap, Guttering, Downpipe, and all kinds BUILDING

W. CARY AND SONS,

620 GEORGE-STREET 820.

JpRY'

S

MALTED

rjocoA.

BEST OP ALL.

F

¡OBTY-INCíI APRON UNEN, Extra Fine Slake

ßd per yard, exceptional value.

CECIL HORDERNS GREAT WINTER SALE,

460,489,490 George-street.

M

Military Notices.

N.

S.W. ARTILLERY REGIMENT.-2nd Gar. DIT.

""PAY for the B AND. Nos. 3 and 4 Companies of the aboro Regiment will bo issued on MONDAY, 6lh May, at 7 p.m.,

Victoria Barracas.

No. 3 COMPANY will PARADE at Victoria Barrack», 7.30 p.m., on the Cth instant Drill order : Gun drill.

By order.

TRED. S. WILLIAMS. Lieut.,

95-305 Act Adjt. N.B. W. A., 2nd Gar. Dfv.

B

LACK VELVETEEN. Wonderful Values for the

money, Old per yard.

CECIL HORDERN'S GRLAT WINTER SALE, 4S0. 483, 4S0 George-street, next to Royal Arcade.

Public Comnanies.

THE CHEQUE BANK,

(Established 1S73)

CAPITAL .£500,000.

HEAD OFFICE : LONDON.

'The " ' _

Chairman of Directors :

rhe Right Hon. LORD DE L'ISLE and DUDLEY, P.C.

BANKERS : THE BANK OF ENGLAND.

The cheqees of the Cheque Bank arc cashed all over the vorld by over 15,000 agent«, and aro accepted as cash by all he principal hotels in England, United States of America. ind theContinent of Europe. Travellers will therefore find Cheque Bank cheques the most convenient form of carrying noney, and the most ti-eful Circular Notes. CB. cheque« ne cheaper and have innumerable advantages overordin iry Postal Orders for home and foreign remittances, ¡hcque Bank cheques ore universally accepted as cash by

1er Majesty's Government

Apply, for cheques, handbooks, and all information,

JAMES MALCOLM (Malcolm Bros.),

Gtmcral Agent, Exchange Buildings,

_50 Pitt-street, Sydney.

TtHREE-QUABTER SIZE HONEYCOMB QUILTS, J. 3s lid each Ihm is a line worth your attention.

CECIL HORDERN'S GREAT WINTER SALE, _4S6,4S6, 490 Geoige-street.

FRENCH COHSET8,-The P.D. CORSETS awarded

highest honours wherever exhibited. Indisputably the

«st fitting.

wbtaiMWe fco» iiijUsg «rr^ everywhere,

?^Y# T. WATERS AND CO»

ItAMES' OUTFITTEBS,

KING-STREET.

REQUISITES

for the

BALL SEASON.

CHOICE EVENINGr GLOVES, in KID or SWEDE, in allí

shades, as ed, 5» Od, and Cn Gd.

EVENING FANS, in HAND-PAINTED GAUZE OJ

REAL OSTRICH FEATHERS, from 9a 114 to Sis.

EVENING SHADES in FEATHER BOAS, _ from 15» Gd. _ NEW OPERA CLOAKS, TRIMMED FUR,

from 21s.

W. T.'WATERS AND CO.,

LATHES' OUTFITTERS,

74, 70, and 78 KING-STREET.

CUP.

w

BLEND . TEA,

PUREST and BEST.

lib. and lb. Packets and Tim,

at la Gd per lb.

GOLD CUP

(PtTttE CEYLON).

}lb. and lb. lead packets, 2s per Ula

ALL GROCERS and STOREKEEPERS._

ILS O N . a

BANNOCKBURN '

SUITINGS

IFOR WINTER WEAR.

DAVID BRAHAM and CO.,

TATLOR8 »nd OUTFITTERS.

75 KING-STREET, between George and York street».

_Personal._

âRUSTS and PAINTERS.-If yon want beat quality

(roods for lowest cost, buy from JAMES SANDY and . '¿71 and 330 George-street._ MATRIMONY.-If you are closely engaged at business

and hore not tho opportunity of meeting »uitobla Partners of the opposite sex, consult Weldon's Matrimonial Association, 20 Elizabeth-street, 9 to 0._

"ItyTAERIAGES. MARRIAGES. IT I WELDON'S. 26 EUzabcth-st., near Hunter-st.

(Under Act of ParlUment 19 Vic. No. 30, N.S.W.)

MARRIAGES LEGALLY SOLEMNISED by daly Orisined Ministen of high standing, any denomination, any hranr. Vee, £1. Witnesses provided free. Hours, 0 to 9.

A BOON TO STOUT PEOPLE.-We haïe a genuine

guaranteed CORE for CORPULENCY, warranted perfectly harwless ; improving to bealth and figure. Call " write to Parisian Drug Company. 117 Elizabcth-sL, Syd. ARTIFICIAL TEETH.-Painless Dentistry, a beau.

J tiful SET for one guinea. Mr. GEORGE, ono ol hydney'a leading dentists, 471 Pitt-street, near Christ Church, haa reduced his prices below all others._

? "THE PARAGON," 13 The Strand. _ Ladies' BL0USE8 in Serge, Velveteen, and Silk, ia .. Ithft Latest Styles and Colouring*. Ladies'Flannelette NIGHTDRESSES, Toby Frills, 2s Hld; CHEMISES and KNiCKEES, 1» ll»d ; COMBINATIONS, S»Hid; at

_"THE PARAGON," 13 The Strand.

A CHRISTIAN GENTLEMAN FROM ENGLAND

hating large suma of MONEY will advance »am«

(ram £10 upwards at London rates (which is eoosideraM»- - leas than that usually charged in the colonies). Send for particn':tra and be convinced. ENGLISH, Box 660, G.P.O. A RITFICIAL TEETH.-A COMPLETE SET, ONA

Au

j ¿%^^_-_GUES'E.fV.

CITY PAINLESS DENTAL CO.HPANY» i 332 George-street

(between General Post Office and King-street).

The Artificial Teeth sappi ¡rsl by us are of exactly ti» same quality aa those for which 'other denosta chargo three and lotir time« as ranch, and are guaranteed for fit, mastication, and natural Appearance Absolute satis- faction given or money returned. Country patients sun* plied fa one visit. Hours-0 to G, Saturdays included.

BJ

HI

ff this 'should meet tho eye of JO ON GILMORE, late L of Auckland, N.Z., your brother is at the Metropole.

Leaves by Tasmania on Friday.

Pitase call.

MARRIAGE CELEBRATION ONLY. - Mamares

solemnised by FULLY-ACCREDITED Minuter, in study or elsewhere, without notice, fee, £1 Is, INCLUD- ING EVERYTHING. Witnesses provide. Select. Private. Correspond or cal). Hours, 9 a.m. till 5, 7 till 0 p.m.

yjjnister'a study, 4S Elizabeth-street, past King-street.

PAWNBROKER'S UNREDEEMED .PLEDGES,

bouRht in London specially for W. BURNETT, fil Oxford-street, two minutes' walk from Hyde Park. Genuine Bargains in Second-hand Jewellery, Watches, Silver Plate. -fcc Diamond Rings at half their original

cost.

S^ sr

., mms VERDICT OF THOUSANDS."-SENIOR'S

A LIVER PILLS are the best in Sydney.

_- All Chemists. _ T

BUbTEES ANO EXECUTORS Ol' ESTATES ^are invited to f.ubmit proposals for Insurinc; against loss by Eire, Gas Explosion, or Lightning the various pro- perties under their management to the

LIVERPOOL and LONDON and GLOBE,

" The Great EIBE and LIFE IN8UBANCE COMPANY

of the World," who are prepared to accept risks of every description at the lowest possible rates. ^

This Company has an annual income of £2,336,53) »ter» ling. Head Office for Australasia, 62 Pitt-street, Sydney.

M. W. S. CLARKE,

Besident Secretary. ?vTTEttï

WILL Miss VESPER, from the Clarence, call on F,

Underwood, Surrey Hotel, King and Creagh ata. I

DOUBLE-WIDTH NAVY ESTEMENE SERGES,

Is per yard, exceptional valne.

Lost and Found.

Bz G1

OST, piece of N.Z. GREENSTONE with part c4 J chain attached. Reward. C5 Lower Fort-at.

R3

J1HE IMPERIAL ARCADE HOTEL. PITT-STREET,

. Luncheon à la carte from 13.30 to 2.30. SEVEN .'OURSES-Soup, Fish, Entrees, Joints, Sweets, Cheese, lalads, Fruit. Two shillings. GEORGE COHEN. Manager. ÍTtOUNO, a Bunch ot KEYS. Loser please advertise ia

} the Herald this week, where to call.

E^

pi PACKETS Labelled JAMES EFTS & Co., Ltd, I-v, T> T> <S » R I GRATEFUL,

g P P S ( S COMFOETING,

[I 0 C O- A BREAKFAST-SUPPER.,

BOILING WATER or MTT.TT,

lOXazoPAXmC ÇHEMJ6TS, LONDON, ENGLAND

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